Recognition

I’ve been very fortunate to have some articles and images published and recognized. My family has gently nudged me to include this information because I’ve earned it through hard work and heart.

~In January 2021, She is Not Broken, was voted Image of the Year for 2020 for the New Braunfels Photographic Society.
~In November 2019, Lost in My Head, Living Room Fort, and At the Window were accepted into the juried art show by Catherine Couturier, FotoFest 2020: Shadow and Light, at the Art League of Baytown (opens March 2020).
~In November 2019, Don’t Mind Me was invited to be shown at the Master Naturalist annual dinner sponsored by the Hill Country Photography Club.
~In October 2019, won 1st Place in the Abstract category and 2nd Place Overall in the 7th Annual San Antonio Photo Tournament sponsored by Landers Photography School.
~In October 2019, Don’t Mind Me, Pause, and Serenity were accepted into the ART-oberfest juried exhibition at the New Braunfels Art League.
~In September 2019, Don’t Mind Me won Best in Show and an Award of Merit (score 9/9), Pause won a Special Award (score 8/9), Hairstreak on its Side won a Special Award (score 8/9), and Serenity won a Special Award (score 8/9) at the New Braunfels Photographic Society‘s FOTOSeptiembre exhibition at the New Braunfels Convention Center.
~In September 2019, Don’t Mind Me, Pause, Hairstreak on its Side, and Serenity were accepted into the New Braunfels Photographic Society‘s FOTOSeptiembre exhibition at the New Braunfels Convention Center.
~In September 2019, Don’t Mind Me won an Award of Excellence at Naturescapes, sponsored by the Hill Country Photography Club.
~In August 2019, Don’t Mind Me and The Dianthus and the Ant were accepted into the juried exhibition by Jason Weingart, Naturescapes. The Dianthus and the Ant was used on the promotional poster for the event sponsored by the Hill Country Photography Club.
~In July 2019, Freedom Reflected won Photo of the Month for the New Braunfels Photographic Society‘s monthly assignment theme of Macro.
~In April of 2019, The Monster Under the Bed is Me, was accepted into the juried art show by Amy Holmes GeorgeThe Portrait, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In December of 2018, Expensive Experiment was published in the Take Care assignment on National Geographic.
~In June of 2018, Living Room Fort, was accepted into the juried art show and received an Honorable Mention by Saul RobbinsPersonal Perspective, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In April of 2018, Frequent Flyer and The Monster Under the Bed is Me were published in the Visualizing Your Identity assignment on National Geographic.
~In January of 2018, Lost in My Head, was accepted into the juried art show by Christy KarpinskiOpen, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In October 2017, To The East, was accepted into the juried art show by Dan Burkholder, Vistas, at A. Smith Gallery.
~In July 2017, Rainy Day Snail, was accepted into the juried art exhibition by Brian Loflin, 2017 Naturescapes, sponsored by the Hill Country Photography Club.
~In July 2017, It Was a Dark and Stormy Night, was accepted into the juried art show by Stephen Perloff, Pathways and Passages, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In June 2017, Shoulder, was accepted into the juried art show by Blue Mitchell, Abstraction, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In May 2017, Living Room Fort, was accepted into the juried art show by Sandrine Hermand-Grisel, Summertime, at A. Smith Gallery.
~In February 2017, Sunrise Reflected, was accepted into the juried art show by Fran FormanElsewhere, at A. Smith Gallery.
~In February of 2017, invited to be in the Darkroom Gallery Masters program at Darkroom Gallery.
~In February of 2017, In Shadow, was accepted into the juried art show by Michael KirchhoffBlack and White (and Blue), at Darkroom Gallery.
~In December 2016, It Was a Dark and Stormy Night, was accepted into the juried art show by Michael KennaTrees, at A. Smith Gallery.
~In November of 2016, Behind the Beauty, was accepted into the juried art show by Diane GabrielIn Stillness, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In November 2016, Lost in My Head, was accepted into the juried regional art exhibit at the Wimberley Valley Art League.
~In October 2016, Lost in My Head and Reaching for the Light, were accepted into the juried art show, ARToberfest at the New Braunfels Art League.
~In August 2016, Lost in My Head and Love Transcends Species, were accepted into the juried art show by Karen DivineEmotion, at A. Smith Gallery.
~In May 2016, Living Room Fort, was accepted into the juried art show by Tim Booth, Manus et PedibusDarkroom Gallery.
~In April 2016, Reaching for the Light, was accepted into the juried art show by Aline SmithsonRed, at A. Smith Gallery.
~In 2015, I was accepted as a volunteer photographer to The Gold Hope Project.
~In October of 2015, Lost in My Head, was accepted into the juried art show by Sarah HadleyCurvilinear, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In May 2015, Peekaboo and The Birds, were accepted into the juried art show by Amy ArbusMirror Mirror, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In April 2015, Ready for Fireworks, was published in Capture the Moment (p.60), by Sarah Wilkerson.
~In April 2015, Strength, defined, was published in an advertisement for Cancer Treatment Centers of America in the New York Times Magazine.
~In March 2015, several of my images of Renee Sendelbach were published in her autobiography, Renee in Cancerland.
~In the fall of 2014, Ghostly Presence, was accepted into the juried art show by Amy ArbusMirror Mirror, at Darkroom Gallery.
~In late 2013, accepted a staff member position with The Photographer Within.
~In the October 2013, Shoulder, was accepted into the juried art show by Tami Bone, Shadows, at the A. Smith Gallery.
~In the fall of 2013, An Old Dog, was published in Click Magazine (p.72), Issue 06, September/October 2013.
~In 2013, TrekTexas published Emma Long Park.
~In early 2013, I was accepted to CMpro.
~Featured numerous times on My Four Hens Project 52 Eye Candy for weekly themed images in 2012.
~Several of my images were purchased through Getty Images for use on multiple billboards, both here in the USA and internationally in Russia from 2012-2014.
~One of my images was purchased through Getty Images by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and used in a political advertisement for women’s health in 2012.
~Voted Top Ten Angie and Amy Favorite for the August 2012 Pet Faces Photo Challenge at i heart faces.
~In 2012, one of my images was used in a short film called Every Day is Yours to Win.
~In early 2012, I was invited to become a Contributor to Getty Images.
~In 2011, I was very honored to have two of my images published in the Clickin’ Moms “Laughter” book.
~Voted Top Ten People’s Choice Award for Summer 2011 at i heart faces; this photo was also chosen to be in the short-film, Every Day is Yours to Win, and was featured on Pioneer Woman.
~Featured five times on The Pioneer Woman: mobile phone image, Charlie Christmas cardblack and white image, funny face image, and four-legged friend image.
~One of my images was published in the Schmap Austin Guide for the Austin Zoo.
~One of my images was published on Trek Texas.

I’m a Yahoo! Contributor Network blogger. Two articles were picked up for publication with Yahoo! which is such an honor to me:
~A 9/11 Birthday, Reflections on the Past 10 Years
~Sticks and Stones

There! That’s my little brag section. 😉 Thanks for reading.

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